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Its two predecessors, the World Fertility Survey (WFS) and the Contraceptive Prevalence Surveys (CPS), paved the way for the DHS project by focusing their research on questions related to fertility, family planning, and mortality. More than 200 surveys in 75 countries since 1984.
World Health Organization data on country-level international health indicators. Tables, maps, data API, reports, and data query tools organized by broad topic. Scroll down for topics or click 'Indicators' to see all available measures.
The World Health Organization provides statistics on 70 core indicators for the 193 WHO member states, as well as extensive data on other international health concerns. Some indicators are are easier to find on this older platform. See also the newer Global Health Observatory.
Detailed population and mortality data for 37 countries and areas, freely available to the public. A collaborative project between the University of California, Berkeley and the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.